It’s cat vs. politicians in the Smack Down! Click the link above to see both fun videos!
In life’s many changes, sometimes, there’s comfort in the things that stay the same.
More than 60 cats and kittens taken from a home in Duluth will soon be ready for adoption.
We’ve seen the popularity of cat videos on YouTube. Here is the latest addition, a cat eating with a fork! What? See the video.
The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis tested the boundaries of legitimate art with a film festival devoted to the online cat videos that pervade YouTube and social networks.
Event organizers say the cats have purred and the people have spoken. On Thursday, the public will know who the king of all cat videos is.
There are those who might say that for the Walker Art Center to devote its attention to viral cat videos is to throw all acceptable standards of artistry into the litter box. Those people are, at best, dog people.
Animal Planet’s show My Cat From Hell.
Businesses in Waseca say they’re running into more and more problems with feral cats.
An 8-week-old Persian kitten that was stolen from a pet store in Shakopee has been found, authorities say. On Tuesday, the kitten, which is estimated to be worth about $500, was reported to be at the Animal Humane Society.
Attention dog and cat owners, it’s time to give your four-legged friend a critical once-over. If your pet is looking a little chubby, it could be a big problem.
The Animal Humane Society is caring for 107 dogs and two cats after it helped authorities in northern Minnesota recover the animals Thursday evening from a property where two women lived in feces-littered trailers, the Humane Society said.
More than 50 dogs, three cats and two women were found living in two trailers on a property west of Bemidji, according to police.
Minnesotans become accustomed to doing things in the bitter cold. So while people know to bundle up, you should keep your pets in mind on those cold days too.
Animal shelters across Wisconsin say the economy is also taking a toll on pets.